rebus sic stantibus
[ ree-buhs sik -stan-tuh-buhs ]
/ ˈri bəs sɪk ˈstæn tə bəs /
adverb International Law.
(of the duration of the binding force treaty) for as long as the relevant facts and circumstances remain basically the same.
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Origin of rebus sic stantibus
First recorded in 1840–50, rebus sic stantibus is from Latin rēbus sīc stantibus “with things remaining thus”
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